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Parks & Community Facilities

Community Centers

Alf Sorensen Community Center – 1400 Baring Blvd. (775) 353-2385 The Alf Sorensen Community Center has served Sparks residents for more than 25 years. Generations of families have used the...

Partners in Parks & Recreation

For some, doing good is no more complicated than picking up someone else’s cans and wrappers while hiking our local hills. For others, it’s organizing a crew to build a...

Find a Park

Looking for a park, sports complex or community facility? You've come to the right place. You can explore all of our parks by location, using the Park Map, or look at a list of all parks on the Parks and Facilities Index page. Learn more about each park in our Popular Parks & Community Facilities section.

Parks & Recreation Department

The opportunity to participate in recreational, social and cultural outlets is critical to the quality of life in any community. The Sparks Parks and Recreation Department provides programming for all ages and abilities, including sports leagues/camps/competitions, aquatics, arts, dance, community classes, senior outings, kids out-of-school programs, activities for people with disabilities, special events and more. Services are offered at three community centers, two outdoor swimming venues, and two sports complexes. Recreational fun also awaits those who visit the more than 50 park sites in the City of Sparks.

Truckee Meadows Trail Guide

Download a copy of the Truckee Meadows Trail Guide here or pick up a copy at one of the following locations: Sparks City Hall, 431 Prater Way Sparks Recreation Office, 98...

Park & Community Facility Rentals

The City of Sparks only issues rental permits for the Sparks Marina Park. All other parks may be utilized for picnics, etc. on a first come, first serve basis ....

Adopt-a-Park

Since 1998, Sparks Adopt-A-Park program has allowed organizations, groups, and individuals to participate in the maintenance and enhancement of the 40+ parks in the Sparks area. Duties of volunteers range...